If you want to see a Yes vote secured in Tasmania on 14 October 2023, getting involved and doing your part is essential. Luckily, taking action is simple too. Put your hand up to volunteer with YES23 – Australians for Indigenous Constitutional Recognition.
There’s simply no substitute for having direct contact with locals in your community about their vote. This is what we call direct voter contact: whether it’s doorknocking, handing out flyers, running street stalls in your local mall or market, or a meeting at your town hall or community centre.
You head over any time to https://www.yes23.com.au/events/ and simply input your city, suburb or postcode to find virtual or in-person events for your area!
At a Glance – South:
- 30 September, 9am: Glenorchy Central Conversation Table
- 30 September, 12:30pm: Eastern Shore for YES – Risdonvale Door Knock
- 30 September, 2pm: Lutana Knocking for Yes!
- 7 October, 9am: Glenorchy Central Conversation Table
At a Glance – Launceston:
- 30 September, 9am: Conversation Table, Kings Meadows
- 7 October, 9am: Conversation Table, Kings Meadows
At a Glance – North West + North East:
- 30 September, 9am: Conversation Table, Burnie Plaza
- 7 October, 9am: Conversation Table, Burnie Plaza
At a Glance: East Coast:
- 30 September, 9am: Bicheno IGA Flyer Stall
Reconciliation Tasmania are running Conversation Tables at locations across the state from July – and want your help. Bring a friend, a smile and have some chats and you’ll be provided with everything you need to run a local street stall or table:
Authorised by Thirza White, Community & Public Sector Union (SPSFT) Inc, Hobart